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Kellogg's faces a backlash after encouraging cash-strapped shoppers to eat cereal for dinner: 'What the hell kind of dystopian hellscape is this?' (www.businessinsider.com)

Kellogg's is advertising cereal as an affordable dinner for people struggling with the rising cost of food — but some consumers aren't happy with the cereal maker's approach....

China says it aims to 'contain' foreign interference over Taiwan this year (www.reuters.com)

China aims to "contain" foreign interference over Taiwan and "resolutely combat" any efforts towards the island's formal independence this year, which is the sensitive 75th anniversary of the founding of communist China, state media said on Friday....

Putin Fears Navalny Funeral Could Trigger Mass Demonstrations, Khodorkovsky Says (www.rferl.org)

The government of Russian President Vladimir Putin is likely refusing to release the body of opposition leader Aleksei Navalny, who died suspiciously in prison on February 16, because it fears a massive outpouring of grief and support just ahead of the March presidential election, Mikhail Khodorkovsky, a leading Russian...

Incredibly, The Russian Air Force Has Lost Another Rare A-50 Radar Plane (www.forbes.com)

Incredibly, the Russian air force has lost another one of its rare Beriev A-50M/U Mainstay radar early-warning planes. Video that circulated online on Friday reportedly depicts the A-50’s burning wreckage in Krasnodar Krai, in Russia just east of the Sea of Azov....

Hungary and Sweden agree on defense deal ahead of final vote on Sweden's NATO accession (apnews.com)

The prime ministers of Hungary and Sweden concluded a defense industry agreement on Friday that will expand Budapest’s fleet of Swedish-built fighter jets, paving the way for Hungary’s likely ratification of Sweden’s long-delayed NATO bid....

The Two-Decade Fight for Two Letters on the Internet: The South Pacific island of Niue says it was cheated out of .nu, a domain that turned out to be very lucrative on the other side of the world (www.nytimes.com)

The South Pacific island of Niue is one the most remote places in the world. Its closest neighbors, Tonga and American Samoa, are hundreds of miles away. The advent of the internet promised, in a small way, to make Niue and its 2,000 or so residents more connected to the rest of the world....

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